QuickSilver Camplite

Alfred who sales the Little Red Cabin plans keeps me updated with new items he finds every now and than. Here is a trailer option that is extremely light on weight yet has everything you need built in.

Here is what Alfred has to say about it: It’s very light and supposedly 98% recyclable. No prices on the site, but from other places on the web where they are for sale, figure $10-15,000., which is not bad, considering. The company has been around for a while (and I have seen their pop-ups which are pretty nice). For me, the big plus as opposed to Scamp, etc., is the interiors are a lot less cheesy.

Here is how the company introduces the Camplite:

This revolutionary ultra-lightweight camper can be towed by a number of full size sedans, nearly every minivan, and even the Jeep Wrangler! Constructed of only aluminum and composites, the Camplite is 98% recyclable! While other trailers made of steel and wood are cutting back on their structure in order to save weight – most still tip the scales between 3,500 and 4,500 lbs.

The Camplite is a true lightweight weighing in at a feathery 1,500 lbs. So another alternative to a teardrop or other lightweight retro trailer. To learn more go to the QuickSilver website.

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Tiny House Talk - June 29, 2010 Reply

These look great and impressive at just 1500 pounds. I wonder how it pulls with such a small vehicle like the Mini Cooper. Most teardrops are between 500-1000 pounds to compare. ~Alex

Kat - June 29, 2010 Reply

I wonder how well it holds up to wind. I have wanted a camper for a while–I do field work in the Mojave and when you’re out for weeks at a time, you find yourself wanting more than just a tent, particularly during the strong winds of spring. I’m sure it’s more effective than just a tent, but some of the winds are so strong that they have detached pickup camper shells, so the last thing I would want would be to go to sleep one night only to find my trailer tipped over in the morning. Otherwise, it looks pretty sweet, and definitely would be something I could pull with my Subaru.

Cheryl - June 29, 2010 Reply

Looks like a decent setup. Don’t think I would pull it with that though.

JT - June 30, 2010 Reply

Looks pretty good. Anyone know the price on them?

JT

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